…and they apparently don’t like the midwestern or southern United States. Bummer; the closest show is over eight hours one way. For the rest of the continent though, get your savin’ the world boots on. Check out the poster (above)! Is that the art for Epicloud I see? Looks awesome! The trek will be co-headlined by Katatonia and Devin Townsend Project, with alternating headline slots each night.

Here are the dates:

  • Sept. 4–Seattle, WA–Studio 7
  • Sept. 5–Vancouver, BC–Commdore
  • Sept. 7–San Francisco, CA–Great American Music Hall
  • Sept. 8–Los Angeles, CA–El Rey Theater
  • Sept. 9–Phoenix, AZ–Marquee Theater
  • Sept. 11–Houston, TX–Warehouse Live Studio
  • Sept. 12–Dallas, TX–Trees
  • Sept. 13–Lawrence, KS–Granada
  • Sept. 14–Denver, CO–Summit
  • Sept. 16–Minneapolis, MN–Station 4
  • Sept. 17–Chicago, IL–Bottom Lounge
  • Sept. 18–Pittsburgh, PA–Mr. Smalls
  • Sept. 19–Toronto, ON–Opera House
  • Sept. 20–Montreal, QC–Cafe Campus
  • Sept. 21–Worcester, MA–Palladium
  • Sept. 22–Philadelphia, PA–TLA
  • Sept. 23–New York, NY–Irving Plaza
  • Sept. 24–Baltimore, MD–Rams Head Live

Tickets go on sale June 6th for VIP, June 7th for general public. Get excited if you can make it!

– JR

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